Many of you might know or have seen the work being done at Westover Baptist. They are partnering with the Reedy Creek Coalition, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, and Four Winds Design to make over the landscape and improve the health of our local watershed. Read more Here.
Archive for 2013
Approximately 70 protesters gathered last Thursday at Huguenot High as the students were released. Parents, family and students had joined together to voice what they feel is unfair treatment at the hands of school admistration and RPS.
The Forest Hill Civic Association meets Tuesday, June 18, from 7-8:30 p.m. at Forest Hill Presbyterian Church. This week they are encouraging everyone to bring a friend. The agenda is listed below.
2.5 miles of local roads will be shut off to automobiles. Why? To allow people to walk, bike, do yoga (even belly dance) right in the middle of the street. Originally posted by Nathan Cushing at RVANews
This happened this past weekend in Manchester. If you missed out, you missed a good time. Blue Bee Cider – Anderson’s Neck Oyster Company
Giant STP hybrid BMX/ Mtn bike, white frame w blue rims, black forks & handlebars was stolen last night from 4000 Forest Hill Ave. corner of Forest Hill & Roanoke. Bike was locked with a combination lock and chain on the front porch. Contact Robert Huddleston <email@example.com> if you spot it.
An Instagram from Aaron Hoskins taken at Crossroads.
If you every plan on going anywhere near the James River you need to bookmark this site and check before you go. It’s the spiffy new James River River Watch website and it will give you all the critical information for a fun and more importantly safe visit to the river. Every Friday volunteers will even [...]
Music, vendors, activities for young or old and lots and lots of friends.
It is with more than a little reluctance that I share this Craigslist yard sale ad with you. There are items I want to purchase but a fellow community news blogger is part of this sale so I’m helping get word out. This is it folks, the sale to trump all sales. Myself and three [...]
From CBS6 Richmond Police are looking for a missing mother and child. Tiffany S. Pugh, 27, lives along the 4000 block of Midlothian Turnpike with her 5-year-old son Israel. Police said Tiffany may be experiencing a medical issue and no foul play was suspected. The pair has not been seen since May 29, police said. [...]
Update: Found out more on Twitter this afternoon from Nathan Hughes (VP/Sales Manager with Bandazian & Holden — Commercial Realtors, Business Brokers, & Property Management aka RVABusiness) that the new tenant will be the furniture store called Epoch. Formerly a home based business called Affordable Elegance with this description “We restore, refinish, repair and reclaim furniture, rugs & other household items. We [...]
From the Anderson’s Neck Oyster Company we get word of an event going down that will combine two wonderful things, bivalves and apples into one glorious tasting event.
From the Victory Farm Folks While we await the completion of the work on the farm, we are going to continue to hold our Veggie Yard Sales in our home driveway on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings!With these opportunities in addition to our new Victory Delivers Downtown Delivery service PLUS stock at The Yellow Umbrella [...]
TaZa hasn’t given up on giving our neighborhood local food options. The list above is what will be heading into the empty space. Bon Air Butcher is scheduled to be in there on Friday, some cheeses are already on location. Purchases will be made at the coffee counter unlike the previous set up.
WHNA’s monthly board meetings are held on the second Thursdays of each month at 7 p.m. at the Westover Hills United Methodist Church (1705 Westover Hills Boulevard). The next meeting is on Thursday, June 13. All Westover Hills residents are welcome to attend any board meeting. We welcome your participation and hope to see you [...]
School let’s out today for the youngest H&H staffer so she’ll be there tonight with her Pokemon cards if anyone other youngsters want Pokey their mon. I’ll be there with the bin of games to share and as always bottled beer 25% off.
Today, Tuesday, June 11th is the Democratic Party Primary election. The offices on the ballot will be for Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General. North Richmond News has a nice summary of the candidates. Get out and vote it’s a privilege that many don’t have. If you’re not sure where your polling location is, fill out [...]
Z dam from David Fary on Vimeo. First spotted on the Riverside Outfitters Facebook page.
An email from Jeff This morning as I drove to work along Riverside Drive past Pony Pasture, I came across a dog, female bully mix, maybe ~50 lb, mostly tan with dark markings around the eyes, no collar on. My wife and I live just up the hill, walk the trails frequently and drive that [...]
We all survived Tropical Storm Andrea now let’s throw down at Music in the Park with one of RVA’s most beloved bands – The Taters.
From RTD On Friday, Cantor, R-7th, read with students, scoped out classrooms and spoke with parents about their decision to send their children to Patrick Henry as opposed to a traditional public school.
The Wayside Center for Popular Education are organizing a protest against racial discrimination at Huguenot High School.